Tailgates Are Opening Unexpectedly, Now Ford Is Recalling Some Big PickupsFord is recalling more than 250,000 heavy-duty pickup trucks because the tailgates can open unexpectedly.
BMW Telling Some Customers To Park Their Older 3-Series Cars Due To Air Bag DangerAnother recall of dangerous Takata air bag inflators has BMW telling owners of some older model 3-series cars to stop driving the vehicles.
Online Spending Shows Smartphones Are The New Shopping MallShoppers aren't just browsing on their phones — they're clicking "buy" in record numbers.
Package Thieves Taking Your Holiday Deliveries Could Now Face FelonyWhile package thefts are nothing new, there is a new state law in place that stiffens the penalty for multiple thefts.
Convenience Of Telemedicine Comes With Privacy RisksTelemedicine is booming. But as the practice grows in popularity, so do the chances of getting duped.
Better Business Bureau Investigates North Texas Online Retailer For Unfulfilled OrdersHundreds of complaints from customers in dozens of states are all aimed at a business run out of North Texas.
Feds Warn Of Influx Of Counterfeit Goods At ChristmastimeAt the Port of Dallas, officers are assigned to check all cargo flying into DFW Airport. The haul includes everything from jewelry to home decor.
Recalled Foods To Be Aware Of Before Preparing Thanksgiving DinnerIf it's your turn to host Thanksgiving dinner this year, make sure you're aware of several food recalls that could affect your preparations.
Insider Warns Of Aggressive Sales Tactics To Get Seniors To Sign Up For 'Free' DNA TestsStephanie Ingle was told it was an easy way to make money and help senior citizens, so she signed up to work as a DNA testing recruiter.
Demand For Hemp, CBD Oil Could Lead To Christmas Tree ShortageNorth Texans are starting to think about purchasing that Christmas tree, but those who sell them say don't think about it too long.
640K GM Pickups Recalled Because Seat Belts Can Cause Carpet FiresConcerns about possible fires has General Motors recalling more than 640,000 pickup trucks because hot gas from a high-tech seat belt can ignite the carpeting.